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Douglas v Minister for Aboriginal Affairs (1994) 34 ALD 192

The case of Douglas v Minister for Aboriginal Affairs (1994) 34 ALD 192 considered the issue of standing and whether or not applicants who leased land for the purposes of development could seek a review of a decision to declare the land protected from such development.

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Douglas v Minister for Aboriginal Affairs (1994) 34 ALD 192
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